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Changing the industry: Part 2 of a DE&I-focused podcast series

PRWeek's inaugural Changemakers program, in partnership with Google, is intended to inspire the PR industry to build on diversity, equity and inclusion and spur needle-moving action toward that crucial objective.


Changing the industry: Part 1 of a DE&I-focused podcast series

PRWeek's inaugural Changemakers program, in partnership with Google, is intended to inspire the PR industry to build on diversity, equity and inclusion and inspire needle-moving action toward that crucial objective.


How to pitch your news to journalists

10 practical tips to support your press release distribution efforts.

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The fashion of purpose

Philanthropy in fashion is nothing new, but it’s never been more “on trend” to stand for something as a brand.


Health tech’s post-pandemic pivot: Implications for marketing and communications professionals

New research from the Allison+Partners Health practice points to a shift in the health tech landscape that will put increased pressure on marketing and communications professionals to communicate their value more clearly and concisely.


Data intelligence on another level

Not all data is equal. In this exclusive Q&A, Converseon founder and CEO Rob Key explains what “decision intelligence” means and why it’s vital to all brands and communication pros.

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